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Political Ramifications Of The Terrorist Attack At Dimona

Posted by Atilla89 on February 6, 2008

In regards to the recent terrorist attack at Dimona, key figures within the Knesset have called for a cancellation of peace talks with the Palestinians. As well as this, there is growing popularity for a fence or some kind of obstacle between the Israeli and Egyptian border. This is because many believe that it is a very real threat for Hamas or any other terrorist organisation to sneak its members into Israel from the Sinai Peninsula. It also important to remember that organisation like Hamas and others have most certainly used the open recent open border to sneak terrorists out and bring weapons and ammunition in. Many Israelis believe this fear is justified because of these recent attacks. More from the Jerusalem Report.

Israel should suspend all negotiations with the Palestinians and reconsider taking control of the Philadelphi Corridor along the border between Egypt and the Gaza Strip following Monday’s terror attack in Dimona, which was purportedly carried out by infiltrators from Gaza, Industry, Trade and Labor Minister Eli Yishai said. “The previous government’s decision to abandon the Philadelphi Corridor without supervision was a bad mistake,” Yishai said. “The southern border of Israel is now porous and exposed.” The Shas leader – who was on his way to the scene of the attack – called for investing additional funds to build a fence along the Israel-Egypt border.

“The deplorable attack is the result of the breach of the border between the Gaza Strip and the Sinai,” MK Avshalom Vilan (Meretz).“There is no escaping the need to quickly erect a fence that will separate the Sinai from Israel.”The attack was a warning sign against releasing prisoners “with blood on their hands,” MK Silvan Shalom (Likud) said.

Incidently I will be writing an article based on another from The Jerusalem Report about this.

“On the very day that we are talking about relaxing the criteria for the release of prisoners with blood on their hands we have received a painful reminder of what those very terrorists are capable of,” Shalom said. “Our talks with Abu Mazen (PA President Mahmoud Abbas) are worthless, because Hamas rules the [Gaza] Strip.”

So very true.

Shalom called upon Shas to quit the government forthwith. Israel has failed to deal with terrorism from the Gaza Strip, MK Yuval Steinitz (Likud) said.

“Anyone who foregoes a military operation in Gaza gets rockets in Sderot. Anyone who stupidly relinquishes control of the Philadelphi Corridor gets a terror attack in Dimona and perhaps also missiles in Ashdod,” the former chairman of the Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee said. “Israel has failed to deal with terrorism in Gaza and needs to reconsider, including [the possibility of] exerting effective pressure on the Egyptians and [conducting] different operations in Gaza.”

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8 Responses to “Political Ramifications Of The Terrorist Attack At Dimona”

  1. Edmund said

    This just in, Israel attacks a police station killing six officers.

  2. Atilla89 said

    This just in, all 6 were Hamas officers.

  3. Edmund said

    And all Israeli’s are military officers. All is fair?

  4. Atilla89 said

    No, actually there is a 25% draft dodging rate which has become a real issue. Also Israeli Arab don’t have to go into the military as well. Once you realise that, all is fair.

  5. Edmund said

    Arabs Israelis are also barred from taking engineering classes at universities in Israel. Collective punishment? Second Class citizens? Apartheid state?

    Arabs can serve in the military if they want, but its desk duty. Discrimination at its finest.

  6. reformislam said

    Muslims Against Sharia condemn the murderers responsible for the homicide bombing in Dimona as well as degenerate perpetuation of the culture of death in Gaza.

    Our prayers are with the victims of this atrocity. We send our condolences to their loved ones.

    May the homicide bomber rot in hell for eternity. May his accomplices and animals who celebrated this horrendous act join him soon!

    http://muslimsagainstsharia.blogspot.com/2008/02/first-suicide-bombing-in-israel-in-year.html

  7. Atilla89 said

    “Arabs Israelis are also barred from taking engineering classes at universities in Israel.”

    Are you certain about that? Can you provide a source because I have not heard that before. I was under the impression that citizens of Israel could do what they liked in terms of education.

    “Arabs can serve in the military if they want, but its desk duty. Discrimination at its finest.”

    As for that, its true they are discriminated against. But it is for a reason, most Arab-Israelis (I will try find the stats), do not want to serve in the army, there are very little that go. Of course a tiny percentage go into combat, I am sure you can understand that Arabs do not want to kill other Arabs in a situation like that. However they are permitted to go into combat units, but they rarely if ever do.

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